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Gemini DJ Equipment

The revolution will be digitized! If you're playing the DJ now, you can't just plug into a torn-open lamppost like back in the day. Today's music listeners expect style and finesse. These Gemini products add what your digital wax might be missing at a price that won't force you to get a day job. Hey, live the dream as long as you can, right? We'll throw our hands up for ya

Parodius


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Every time I see DJ equipment here, I think of this.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pK8icdqw7i8

HawkSlayer


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How's the audio on the headphones?

klakerbiz66


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HawkSlayer wrote:How's the audio on the headphones?


i own a pair and for the price they cant be beat. no complaints. sound is pretty good.

HawkSlayer


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klakerbiz66 wrote:i own a pair and for the price they cant be beat. no complaints. sound is pretty good.



Thanks. Here's another dumb question. If one would use these with a PC, for gaming specifically, would these still work well?

FauxReal


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HawkSlayer wrote:Thanks. Here's another dumb question. If one would use these with a PC, for gaming specifically, would these still work well?



They'll work just as good as any other budget priced stereo headphones.

They'd actually make pretty bad DJ headphones since their max input power is 200mW. Pro DJ headphones usually run 1000-1500mW. My dj mixer would distort those headphones and if I really turned it up they'd blow.

Coming on strong with some hardcore power...

gak0090


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Is this just me, or does this stuff look an awful like Pyle stuff. I'm not a Pyle hater, it's not pro stuff, but I have a few pieces that work well and are well worth the price paid. I swear this is the evil twin Gemini (no pun intended) of Pyle.

klakerbiz66


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gak0090 wrote:Is this just me, or does this stuff look an awful like Pyle stuff. I'm not a Pyle hater, it's not pro stuff, but I have a few pieces that work well and are well worth the price paid. I swear this is the evil twin Gemini (no pun intended) of Pyle.



Gemini has been around since 1974 I believe and Pyle DJ stuff since 2000 so its the other way around.

radi0j0hn


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gak0090 wrote:Is this just me, or does this stuff look an awful like Pyle stuff. I'm not a Pyle hater, it's not pro stuff, but I have a few pieces that work well and are well worth the price paid. I swear this is the evil twin Gemini (no pun intended) of Pyle.



I still use old, old Peavy mixers in my studio, so I can't say exactly what this is about.

But there is a class of "DJ" gear that is low-spec and often sold out of the back of vans at flea markets, etc. It's low end Asian stuff with highly suspect product support. There ain't no free lunch.

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radi0j0hn


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Parodius wrote:Every time I see DJ equipment here, I think of this.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pK8icdqw7i8



I seldom ROTFL, but that one did it. Sent it to a guy at work who sets up audio for presentations, etc.

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flynnmp2


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Parodius wrote:Every time I see DJ equipment here, I think of this.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pK8icdqw7i8



Thank you sir. This just made everyone in my office lol.

MNBeta03


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I used to spin beats back in the day. My first set of CD turntables were Geminis. They were decent entry level stuff, the old school ones actual had more capability than the newer ones. I liked them but outgrew them relatively quickly. As for the Gemini speakers, they are garbage... avoid!